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colza

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris.
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A canola e uma cultura alternativa de inverno que se adequa bem as nossas condicoes climaticas, e foi desenvolvida a partir do melhoramento da colza (Brassica campestris e Brassica napus) constituindo-se em fonte proteica promissora (GALDIOLI et al.
The central comic inventions, De Selby, Fottrell, and Joyce have simply been erased, and with that, Mick, Mary, Hackett, and the other prosaic characters in the Colza Hotel simply remain.
fraiche, and colza oil, mixing well after each addition.
The tree shows how dead Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is and the scarecrow with the crow demonstrates how ugly and repelling it is--Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, the Land of the colza fields.
1 Source: Directorate General of BPTP/Data Consult Table--6 Imports of basic materials of animal feed, 1997-2001 Tons (US$ '000) Year Corn Fish meal Soybean Groundnut meal meal 1997 1,098,013 115,180 868,790 57,864 166,699 77,733 281,724 13,750 1998 298,236 35,291 668,412 29,585 44,095 24,912 157,830 5,499 1999 591,056 71,725 904,759 5,987 71,589 32,492 161,240 692 2000 1,264,575 127,314 *) 1,262,040 87,445 **) 157,949 56,630 268,746 9,948 2001 1,074,205 126,003 *) 1,570,187 83,490 **) 135,874 59,026 360,534 10,548 Year Total 1997 2,139,847 539,906 1998 1,031,524 232,336 1999 1,573,527 266,013 2000 2,741,374 493,273 2001 2,853,885 565,982 *) Including meat meal **) meal of other fruit, mainly imports of beet meal or colza seed meal in 2002 totaling 78,241 tons (US$ 8.
The present study generated a patient DNA collection deposited in the CISAT Center (Madrid), Centro de Investigacion Sobre el Sindrome del Aceite de Colza.
On the commodity weighting measure the highest scores were recorded for: rye, beer, rape / colza seeds, hop cones, yeast and malt (in that order).
Colza, a less spicy cousin used for cooking oil, replaced mustard in agricultural production more than 20 years ago, encouraged by French and European Union subsidies.
Also outside Compiegne we had the opportunity of visiting Robbe, a company that specializes in processing technical oils, in particular colza oil to make Diester, the `diesel' fuel for vehicles.